Yoga Bits has had a makeover. The redesigned site provides information about classes, tarot readings, and monthly class themes. You can also link directly to the sister site, Yoga for All Seniors, to learn about my program for bringing yoga and meditation to people who need it most. And in order to ensure you never… Continue reading Welcome Back!
"Life is difficult." -- M. Scott Peck Simply put: it's not easy being alive. It's just not. Of course, no one promised it would be and, yet, somehow we assume a right to ease in this life. If being alive is challenging, then being alive and sensitive is enough to send almost anyone over the… Continue reading “To Be or Not To Be” — Why Is That A Question?
I'm baaaaaack! I know it's been a while, dear readers, and I appreciate hearing from you how much you have missed the Yoga Bits newsletter! I missed you, too! Read more...
I've been doing this kundalini yoga thing a while now -- about 10 years. As a result of my studies, I've finished a bunch of 40-day sadhanas, a few 90 and 120, and I even have a lifetime sadhana that Guru Singh, my teacher and mentor, gave me about four years ago. (Sadhana, you may… Continue reading Perfectly Imperfect
After Angelina Jolie's public announcement of her decision to have preventive double mastectomy, I was saddened to read plenty of nasty criticism about her choice from the natural healing community. There are many ways to look at her decision and many "teaching moments" to be made of it. But the angry rhetoric and judgment I've… Continue reading Now Hear This
Like all regular ol' human beings, I benefit from consistent reminders of the blessings in my life. Last week I was in a pretty crabby mood on my way to teach a class. The plumbing in my apartment has been acting up and I had another incident overnight -- two weeks ago the kitchen sink… Continue reading Turn, Turn, Turn
I practice yoga and meditation every day, which allows me to be calm, healthy and happy. Meanwhile, my favorite TV show is Justified, which is a violent Elmore Leonard-style crime drama set in the hills of Kentucky and known for its vigilante hero U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens as well as its pathologically vicious villains. I'm… Continue reading You Can Leave Your Hat On